Second Seder Passover at CBT on April 6th

This April 6, our congregation will host a festive Passover Seder at the synagogue with
a beautiful service led by Rabbi Martin Levy and catered by Walter Burke Catering. Reservation forms have been sent to all congregants. If you wish to attend, please contact the Beit Tikva office as soon as possible. We request that everyone gather at the synagogue between 5:30 and 6:00pm so we can begin the Seder service promptly.

Probably the most celebrated festival in the Jewish calendar is Passover. All of us have multiple memories of past Seders, discussions about matzah ball soup and the tenderness of the brisket. We recount the great saga of the Exodus, and God’s redeeming power which enabled the ancient Israelites to enter into a new world of promise and covenant. Passover is truly a time when we remember that the Almighty delivered us into a new era. Please join us for this magnificent celebration of our heritage and faith.

Join us for a traditional 4-course meal with wine and a Passover service.

Space is limited.  Please RSVP by Tuesday, March 28, 2023.  Non-members purchase tickets here. 

NOTE:  Members, your reservation form is in the quarterly update coming to you by mail. You can also call the congregation office at 505-820-2991.

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